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This morning I was driving along behind a van for London Extensions Ltd, a firm of builders specialising, presumably, in house extensions. Their tagline?
Because everybody needs a little bit on the side...

Well, it amused me...


There's a building extension company in Birmingham, run by an Asian gentleman, with the slogan on his vans "You've tried the Cowboys; now try the Indians".

....wellI thought it was funny too!
Anonymous said…
"Because everybody needs a little bit on the side..."
Except 105 year old ladies that is..
Anonymous said…
In Nottingham I think it was I saw a scaffolding lorry with "Put your next erection in our hands"
Anonymous said…
I saw a van in Cambridge with the "Rigid Tools" logo on the side and the caption "someday, you will wish you had a Rigid Tool" on the back!

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